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FT: Newport County 0-1 Oxford United

Newport County finished their season with a 1-0 defeat at home against Oxford United.

It was Jimmy Dack's final game as caretaker manager, before Terry Butcher takes over.

Mike Flynn was sent off for Newport, as Kemar Roofe scored the visitors' goal at Rodney Parade.

The result means Newport County finish the season ninth in League Two.

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FT: Swansea City 2-0 Stoke City

Swansea City beat Stoke City 2-0 to move closer to their best-ever Premier League finish.

Garry Monk's side secured a hard-fought victory, with two goals in the last 15 minutes at the Liberty Stadium.

Jefferson Montero headed his first goal for Swansea against Stoke. Credit: PA

Winger Jefferson Montero and midfielder Ki Sung-yueng scored, while Marc Wilson was sent off for the visitors.

The result means Swansea are eighth in the league, six points ahead of both West Ham and Stoke, with three games of the season remaining.

Two arrested after police officer assaulted in Cardiff city centre

Credit: South Wales Police

Two people have been arrested after a police officer was assaulted during a protest march in Cardiff city centre today.

Despite the majority of the protest being peaceful, one group entered the HSBC bank on Queen Street where they continued to protest, causing distress and concern to staff and customers.

Police officers continue to investigate the disturbance on Queen Street to establish if any further offences have occurred.

South Wales Police says it acknowledges the right to a peaceful protest and will work with protestors to facilitate any lawful protest while minimising disruption to the community and ensuring public safety.

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Plaid Cymru reiterates plea for Labour to consider coalition deal

Leanne Wood has reiterated her plea for Labour to consider a coalition with Plaid Cymru.

Speaking at the last night's debate broadcast by the BBC, Leanne Wood made an appeal to Welsh Labour's Owen Smith to speak to Ed Miliband about a considering a deal.

She said it would be "highly irresponsible to lock out Plaid Cymru and the SNP".

Leanne Wood called on Ed Miliband to change his mind while on a visit to North Wales today.

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